Can't help myself. I'll stick to early O players and worry about the confusing D later. Looks like we will have a super rare RB sighting in the first round in Heisman hopeful McCafferty. And the QB's offer intrigue. Seth Russell with the Driskel like speed could vault into the first round with a great year. Pretty athletic bunch including Chad Kelly, Baker Mayfield, Dakota Prukop a transfer to Oregon and a real dark horse to keep an eye on CJ Beatherd out of Iowa. But as usual the draft grade will depend on the state of the wide receivers. Lets see if we can follow up with some more drafted next year. Three keys for the wideouts.. 1- remain healthy 2-have a very good to great year 3- get invited to the combine and run a 4.4 40 or at worst 4.54. Both Cajuste and Spruce failed to run solid 40 times and it killed their chances. If a wr is not invited to the combine he must have a great season and run no slower than a 4.4 ala Daniel Braverman. Two players who figure to get invited to the combine are Ryan Switzer and Cooper Kupp. If they nail the 40 they will likely get drafted. Will others emerge? Jordan Westerkamp could although no buzz on his speedy teammate Brandon Reilly which is head scratching. TCU's Ty Slanina has been underused or injured but could emerge. He does have some speed. There are other names but a little guy like Louisiana Tech'sTrent Taylor could move up especially if he burns a fast 40. It is still early but we are in a better spot now than last year at this time.